Date of Stay: November, 2014 - $38.00
The sites are extremely uneven (we tried 2), and the freeway noise is horrendous and does not let up around the clock - you cannot hardly converse outside trailer. It was raining when we were here so the trailer stayed closed up or we would not have been able to sleep at all. KOAs are proving too pricey for what you get. Amazingly KOAs seem to be staffed by wonderful people - yet that does not change the shoddy tired outdated facilities being offered at most KOAs. We were card members for a year but have been unimpressed and unsatisfied with every KOA we have stayed at - this is the last one we will ever stay in. We camped at Pasco/Tri-Cities KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $34.00
This is an OK park for an overnight stay. Sites are clean and neatly laid out. There is a pleasant park for kids and a nice fenced-in area for dogs. There were many residents, but the park was nicely maintained. Pull-through sites were short for a 42-foot RV and tow car. We unhooked the car and were OK. We were led to the site. The one negative with this park is the road noise from I-182. Numerous stores and restaurants are one exit away. We camped at Pasco/Tri-Cities KOA in a Motorhome.
We have been very critical of KOA recently so it is refreshing to at last stay in one that is good value and gave good service. we were shown to our site there was trash collection from site they had a pool and fitness centre, cable and good wifi, and all for a reasonable price. It was easy on/off from the I-182 and there was some road noise but not that bad. Staff at check in was very friendly and helpful. There seemed to be several long term sites but they were tidy, which is unusual. Tarmac roads, gravel sites with grass and picnic table at the side. We certainly recommend a stay here. We camped at Pasco/Tri-Cities KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Amenities are strong point. Lots of long term tenants - too many. Kind of creeped us out. Lots of loud road noise because located adjacent to freeway. Was OK for a night if you know what to expect. We camped at Pasco/Tri-Cities KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $35.00
This park is a better KOA with all the amenities and four nice extras. It has a small indoor pool and a hot tub open year round, 24 hour fully equipped exercise room, and it has both a big dog and a separate small dog fenced play areas. The short term stay area was almost empty due it being fall season. We talked to a longer term resident who reported a monthly fee of $400. They seem to be strict about newer RVs and keeping the lots clean and uncluttered with longer term residents. Our lot was a nice wide, level, hard packed gravel with a grass area and picnic table. Staff were all friendly and extra helpful. It is close to an interstate, but we weren't bothered by noise. The internet works fine, a bit slow once you get in. But it was one of those flakey ones where you have to connect and then log in on a pop up browser window. It was inordinately difficult to connect our Macs. We kept getting connection errors and we had to be really persistent and try multiple times with several different repeaters before the window would finally appear. No connection worked the same way twice. They also force you to log in with your site number meaning they could potentially monitor on line usage and information by site. The internet is why I didn't give the place a 10/10. We would stay here again though. We camped at Pasco/Tri-Cities KOA in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $35.00
There may be 185 sites here but 90 percent of them are long term residents. We even saw school kids coming home from school, amazing. The overnight sites are poorly maintained concrete runners for the tires. They are extremely unlevel and cracked. We had to use a board on the driver's side to get level. The site was not long enough for us to stay hooked to our truck (37 foot fifth wheel). We were told we could park the truck on a gravel parking area next to our unit. When we put out our 3 slides we could not park our truck there or we couldn't open the doors to the vehicle because of the neighboring electric and water services. The interstate road noise is awful and can be heard even with our air conditioning on. We would not stay here again ever. We camped at Pasco/Tri-Cities KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice clean park with paved roads, cement curbs and a combination of concrete and gravel sites, all of which are nice and level. The lady who handled my check in was very pleasant. The gentleman who led me to my space really went the extra mile by guiding me into a rather tight spot and then he came back and very neatly pruned a tree so as to not to interfere with my slide. This was especially noteworthy given the fact that it was 99 degrees out at the time he did it. We were just passing through, but we would definitely stay here again. We camped at Pasco/Tri-Cities KOA in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice KOA. Previous reviews described it well. But I must ditto the concern for the highway noise. We travel for 6 months every year and can not remember ever being unable to sleep due to highway noise. To this point, we will find another park when in this area again. A shame. We camped at Pasco/Tri-Cities KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $35.00
Based upon reviews that others have submitted, I almost passed on this park. I would have give this park a 10 except that they way I pulled onto the my space, my coach would not automatically level. Otherwise it was a nice experience. I will stay here again when in the area. We camped at Pasco/Tri-Cities KOA in a Motorhome.
Had a great stay here at the Tri-Cities KOA. It's very clean and has GREAT a staff. When getting in at closing time, the front deck staff informed us that at 6:00pm that night they were having dinner at the club house: come and join in. We thought that more than likely it would be hot dogs but no, not at this first class RV park. It was a 5 star dinner. GREAT place! We camped at Pasco/Tri-Cities KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: March, 2011 - $38.00
Have stayed here several times. The freeway noise has always been an issue, but you put up with it since the $250 a month rate is nice,. No shade trees at all, and staff are friendly. The issue is that this is far from a $38 a night park, and now they have raised the monthly rate to $400. Since KOA took over, this place has gone downhill fast. They take in a lot of low grade full timers now which fills the monthly spots up. As said, have stayed here 4 times prior, but it is now a place to avoid completely. There are two other places to stay that are a lot nicer, cheaper, and a whole lot quieter. Such a shame to see the downfall of this place since it became a KOA. It looks like they will take in any deadbeat full time squatter as long as they get their money. Sad. We camped at Pasco/Tri-Cities KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $34.00
We have been camping for near 15 years and this is one of the cleanest we have stayed at. The staff will lead you to your site and watch as you pull in and shows where all the hookups are just in case your a new camper. From the time we pulled in to the time we left the staff made us a part of the family. Wish all our camping times was as nice. Few to many long term campers but all the sites are clean and neat we felt very safe will out for our nightly walk. Thanks, Pasco KOA. We camped at Pasco/Tri-Cities KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $35.00
50 yards from a busy interstate in town. Very noisy. Staff very nice, helpful. Manager great. Back in sites for monthly, pull throughs for short timers. Near shopping, hospital, etc. Good for one night while traveling but not longer. We camped at Pasco/Tri-Cities KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $32.00
Very nice Resort. Showers very clean. Staff was very friendly. The sites were a bit small, but level. Easy access to Freeway, but noisy at night. It is a nice place to stay for one night. We camped at Pasco/Tri-Cities KOA in a Fifth Wheel.